The race for U.S. Senate in Ohio came to Cincinnati Friday in the form of a state-wide televised debate presented by WCPO-TV. A man described as a "long-shot", State Senator Eric Fingerhut, answered questions along side incumbent U.S. Senator George Voinovich at The National Underground Railroad Freedom Center. The State Senator and former one-term Congressman says Ohio needs new leadership to get itself back on track. But Voinovich says his experience as mayor of Cleveland and a two-term governor makes him the better candidate. Voinovich says last year's tax cut has helped the nation's economy and Ohio's rebound will happen soon. Fingerhut advocates tax relief for recent college graduates and people who invest in start-up businesses.